Josef Zinnbauer may not be one of the most famous German stars or household names in the game of football but there is no denial that he was playing at a top level before his career was cut short by an injury. As a retired German footballer, he has been appointed coach of Orlando Pirates Football Club.
As a German tactician, Josef Zinnbauer has played and coached in the Bundesliga football club. But then, he is better known as a reserve team coach. As a player, the German tactician made his professional debut at an early age in 1998, when he started playing for FV Wendelstein which included top flight teams in German football like Mainz and Karlsruher SC. Unfortunately, in 2005, he had to quit playing because he suffered from cartilage damage at the age of 26.
Orlando Pirates coach was born on the 1st of May in 1970. He is currently 49-years-old. The Schwandorf, German-born Josef is a retired football player and now a coach at Orlando Pirates. Until his retirement from playing he used to play in the position of a midfielder.
Zinnbauer has made some money in his professional soccer career as a player and presently as a coach over the years. He reportedly earned between the range of $1 million and $5 million in 2019, after he had signed a deal with Orlando Pirates.
Zinnbauer had a relative success both as a professional footballer and now as a coach. Despite having over 15-years of experience as a soccer player.
Source : Briefly.co.za
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